Jennifer Ciurluini, known as Jennifer Dale which is her professional name is currently an Actress and previously she was also a dancer who belongs to Canada. She was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on the 16th of January, 1956, and is 65 years old according to the year 2021. Jennifer stepped into the acting world at a very young age in the year 1965, but at that time she was just there to accompany her sister for her audition. Since then she developed an interest in acting and soon that interest turned into a passion. Later, she arose as an actress in the documentary drama Hoover vs. the Kennedys: The Second Civil War in the year 1987, this drama was based on the feud between Kennedys and J. Edgar Hoover. In this drama, she played a very important role of the First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy. Since her success in this documentary drama, she has worked in many other dramas, shows, etc. One of her other known roles is that she became the voice of a character named Annette Birkin in the series Resident Evil 2.
8 Things You Didn’t Know About Jennifer Dale
The Versatile Actress has always been careful about her fitness and figure. She maintains it perfectly and at this age also she has left our young actresses behind with her perfect figure and beauty. She is 5 feet and 5 inches in height while her weight is just 60 kgs and she looks tall and smart.
2- Lovely Physical Appearance
Her sister is quite cautious about her physical appearance and is a fitness freak at this age too. She has a slim body type and maintains herself just like she used to do at an early age. She believes is the saying age is just a number and inspired a lot of people of her age. She has attractive reddish-brown color hair and brown eyes which have a different shine in them which captivate people around her.
3- Beauty with a Brain
Yes! Jennifer is a perfect example of beauty with a brain. She is a graduate student and after completing her graduation she joined the National Theatre School of Canada to make her place in the acting field and completed her schooling there too. We are proud to say that she became an actress with a lot of hard work.
4- Unsuccessful Love Life
Though we are sad to say about her Love Life it is true, she did have an unsuccessful love life. She fell in love with her fellow actor Robert Lantos and they soon decided to get married in the year 1980. Unluckily, they were not compatible enough with each other and because of some differences, they got divorced in the year 1986. Though Jennifer is quite chill about it and says that it was in the past and both of them do not hold any grudges against each other and are good friends now. They have 2 children together, a son named Ari Lantos and a daughter named Sabrina Lantos. Jennifer has been single after her divorce and is happy like that with her children and does not want to get married again.
5- Support System in the Industry
The old yet young actress belongs to an Actor Family. Though seeing her hard work nobody can guess it but yes her parents Barbara Ciurluini and William Ciurluini were also the actors of their time. Her sister Cynthia Dale is also an actress of the current time, but Jennifer never considered their help and worked her way into the industry on her own.
6- Avid Traveller
Jennifer loves traveling. She has traveled a lot in her lifetime and is still traveling. She has a lot of favorite places where she wants to travel again and again but out of all of them, her one favorite destination is Oslo where she can go anytime and any day.
7- Praiseworthy Performer
The talented actress Jennifer Dale is not only good at acting but she was also a brilliant dancer. Her performance as a dancer was also well praised in her times. Her performances in her projects like Saving Hope in the year 2012, What Would Sal Do? in the year 2017, and Coroner in the year 2019 are all praiseworthy and she was brilliant as an actor.
8- Lifetime Achievement Award Winner
Jennifer Dale has worked for the Industry for quite a long time since her young age. She has been working because she loved acting and in return, she did not expect anything. But like every person likes to be appreciated she also liked it and luckily in 2003, she was awarded for her lifetime achievements in the Canadian Industry the Earle Grey Award.